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DALLAS — Three months after the collapse of a second-floor crane on a building at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a second crane was removed Wednesday.

The crane, weighing about 100 tons, was on the third floor of the building, and it’s unclear what it could have carried.

UNC emergency officials said in a statement that they have no knowledge of the crane’s presence.

In an update on the building’s condition Wednesday, the school said it had taken a series of measures to prevent further damage to the building.

Officials are now working to determine the extent of damage to its facade.

The school said that the crane was in “a protective storage area” and that the university is providing it with additional equipment and staff.

The university said the crane will be removed Wednesday morning.

Officials say the building was evacuated due to a fire on the second floor of a two-story building on the same floor as the first-floor building.